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You will need the following info.
Make & model of your motherboard, chipset information, Bios info. Did any software come with your motherboard ? Is there a bios flashing utility in there ?
Once you have that, search the manufacturer (for your motherboard) site and see if a firmware upgrade is avail for your system. Any additional instructions ?
Definately image your drive and create a system restore point before making the change. There are also free utilities out there for backing up your cmos settings. I hope this stuff will get you to 'point B'. :)
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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